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Oct 28, 2013 9:00am PDT
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Nov 4, 2013 9:00am PST
in some countries where, where the energy sector is centralized planned economy. but in this country, we really want the market to help choose the winners and losers, and the main facts that are absent in the film are the cause of nuclear power. the nuclear renaissance is not being realized in this country. not because the government is stopping the individual power plants, but because the market is not choosing nuclear. since the movie came out, since the beginning of the year, since the movie was filmed, the industry itself is shutting five nuclear plants, purely for economic reasons. and it's scrapping plants to get more nuclear power from existing plants at another five locations. not because of ideology or bias, because of inability of nuclear to compete in the marketplace against cheaper, cleaner resources like energy efficiency and renewable energy. >> i want you to address this point. they talk about this as a humanitarian issue. that the more countries that have power, electricity, a steady flow of energy, they're able to power up clinics and schools. all of a sudden they have a
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